Questions tagged [rogue-ap]

A rogue AP is an unauthorized wireless access point placed on a network to allow access to the network it is attached to.

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Capturing cleartext authentication (EAP-TTLS/PAP) with WPA-2 Enterprise?

I am running an evil twin attack with eaphammer, by default it seems to capture mschapv2 authentication which contains the username and NETNTLM hashes. I have manually created a WiFi connection (on ...
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WPA2 Enterprise: no risks for preconfigured clients when it comes to Rogue APs?

We are using, as default, PEAP and MS-CHAPv2 as inner authentication. I was concerned with security risks when it comes to rogue APs but a colleague told me that there are no risks for preconfigured ...
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evil twin like attack [duplicate]

Is it possible to make a fake AP with the same SSID that has a password and when clients try to access it and type a password, the software verifies it with a handshake?
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Can you detect a wifi pineapple or rogue AP with MAC address?

This posting has some good advice for tracking rogue access points: Tracking down a rogue access point The issue I have is that many will not work for a huge deployment. I'd like to build a device ...
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Rude neighbor with PineAP or something similar

For the past week or so I've been having problems with wifi in my house, and it appears that my neighbor set up a Pineapple or something similar that is running a known beacon attack and/or Karma/...
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Can not create an “evil twin access point” with the same SSID as the original

I am practising pen-testing for a while now and I have a kali Linux 2017.2 physical machine. I tried to create an evil twin access point using tools like fluxion, wifiphisher and wifi-pumpkin. Note ...
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Find rogue access point if area is saturated with networks

What do you do if you scan for rogue Access Points and find that the area is saturated by surrounding businesses with their own wifi? I recently scanned for wifi networks and found 60+ networks just ...